classes and enumerability

Andrea Giammarchi andrea.giammarchi at
Thu Jan 8 02:10:26 PST 2015

booooo medikoo, you ruined it :D

the opening and the closing of this thread was so semantic, Santa Claus
speaking !!!

I believe Rick changed his opinion during this discussion and yes, I agree
with you there are tons of utilities/wrapper out there that will try to
automate such definition in order to have non enumerable inherited
properties in (since I believe that's one of the most desired things since
ES3 era)

Best Regards

On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 9:44 AM, medikoo < at>

> Rick, I don't think this kind of analysis while promising, will expose
> "real"
> values.
> I think most developers which took the step to use descriptors on everyday
> basis, uses factory tools like that one:
> e.g. alone in my packages you'll find hundreds (if not thousands) of
> properties defined on prototypes as "enumerable: false", but no single
> definition would be picked by your script.
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